What do handguns have to do with the right to bear arms?


Second Amendment: A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.


We could outlaw all handguns and still maintain the right to keep and bear arms.

Furthermore, we could require all military rifles to be kept under double lock and key in registered organizations thus preventing any single person lone access to a military rifle.  To be clear, no organization should be denied permission to keep these arms no matter how radical they may be.  This should be adequate to meet the demands of the Second Amendment for militias to form and defend against tyranny.

As a result, the only firearms that should be found in personal possession are hunting rifles.  My question here is: How many rounds does a hunting rifle really need per load?  I say limit them to 3 rounds per load/clip.  I can’t think of a good reason for more than that except, perhaps, with shotguns and bird hunting.

With regards to the self-defense arguments… “Grow up!”  I am fairly certain everyone who signed the Bill of Rights would tell you the same.